Summer People

Elin Hilderbrand

St. Martin's Griffin

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Every summer, the Newton family retreats to their beloved Nantucket home. But in Elin Hilderbrand's Summer People, this summer will not be like any other...

When Arch Newton, a prominent New York attorney, dies in a plane crash on his way home from a business trip, his beautiful widow, Beth, can barely keep things together. Above all, though, she decides that she must continue the family tradition of going to Nantucket, and at the same time fulfill a promise that Arch made before he died.

Beth invites Marcus, the son of Arch’s final and most challenging client, to spend the summer with her and her teenage twins, Winnie and Garrett, who have mixed reactions to sharing their special summer place with this stranger. Always a place of peace before, Nantucket becomes the scene of roiling emotions and turbulent passions as Marcus, Winnie, and Garrett learn about loss, first love, and betrayal. And when they stumble upon a shocking secret from Beth’s past, they must keep it from destroying the family they’ve been trying so hard to heal.

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Elin Hilderbrand

ELIN HILDERBRAND is the New York Times bestselling author of eleven novels, including Summerland, The Beach Club, and Nantucket Nights. She grew up in Collegeville, Pennsylvania, and is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop, where she was a teaching/writing fellow. She lives with her husband, Chip Cunningham, and their two sons in Nantucket, Massachusetts.

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Summer People
Elin Hilderbrand

Trade Paperback

Trade Paperback
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin
May 2013
Trade Paperback
ISBN: 9781250042378
ISBN10: 1250042372
5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, 352 pages
$9.99
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